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困っている旅行者に話しかけてみよう

Speaking to a tourist who is having some trouble.
あなたは困っている様子の旅行者達を見つけました。
地図やスマートフォンを見ながらキョロキョロしている人や、体調が悪そうな外国人旅行者に、こちらから声をかけてあげられるようになれば、相手も喜ぶし、あなたの英語力もさらに鍛えられますよ。
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Oh gee.
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Oh gee.

Hello. What's happen?

自然な表現

Hello. What happened?

1. This is a more natural way of saying it.
I am so confused right now. Sorry, do you speak English. I am lost and I do not know where to begin. I was given directions to a museum.

Okay. I think I can help you. Would you like to go to the museum? Please tell me which museum you were given directions to.

自然な表現

Okay, no problem. I think I can help you. Would you like to go to the museum? Please tell me which museum you were given directions to.

1. Your example is correct; this is just an alternative way of saying it.
Wait. Am I still in Tokyo? I hope so? I boarded a few trains and now am totally lost. I just asked for a local museum. The name was Japanese so I cannot remember? Is there one nearby?

Oh, I see. We are in Roppongi, Tokyo now. I understand that the Japanese subway is very complicated. I sometimes lost even though I can read Japanese. Anyway, in Roppongi, there are about nine museums. The biggest one is the National Art Center that is now holding France-Japan modern art expo. The nearest one is the Mori Art Museum. They are now holding Six Japanese contemporary artists expo. Are you interested in those?

自然な表現

Oh, I see. We are in Roppongi, Tokyo now. I understand that the Japanese subway is very complicated. I sometimes lost, even though I can read Japanese. Anyway, in Roppongi, there are about nine museums. The biggest one is the National Art Center that is now holding France-Japan modern art expo. The nearest one is the Mori Art Museum. They are currently holding Six Japanese contemporary artists expo. Are you interested in those?

1. It appears that a comma was missing here.
2. Your example is correct; this is just an alternative way of saying it.
Well, my day has already been spent at nothing. Instead, let me at least visit a museum. How do I get to the Mori Art Museum?

It is in The Mori building. It is easy to access and take 5 minutes by walk from here. Just go straight, after about 4 minutes, you will see a Starbucks on your left-hand side. The Mori building is located next to Starbucks. The entrance of the museum is the second floor in the building.

自然な表現

It is in The Mori building. It is easy to access, and it takes 5 minutes to walk from here. Just go straight, after about 4 minutes, you will see a Starbucks on your left-hand side. The Mori building is located next to Starbucks. The entrance of the museum is on the second floor of the building.

1. It appears that you are missing a comma before the coordinating conjunction ''and'' in a compound sentence.
2. This is a more natural way of saying it.
3, 4, 5. It appears that this preposition should have been used here.
Oh really. I am thankful for meeting you. I really thought the day was a waste. Do they require a few upon entering?

My pleasure!
The fee is 1000 yen to enter. Well, usually those contemporary arts are elusive and too unique. I hope you enjoy it.

自然な表現

My pleasure!
The entrance fee is 1000 yen. Well, usually, those contemporary arts are elusive and too unique. I hope you enjoy it.

1. This is a more natural way of saying it.
2. It appears that a comma was missing here.
  • help(助ける)
  • stranger(その場所に不慣れな人)
  • problem(問題)
  • direction(方向)
  • be lost(道に迷う)
  • You`re welcome.(どういたしまして)
  • Could you say that again?(もう一度言っていただけますか?)
  • Can I help you?(お困りですか?)
  • Excuse me?(すみません。)
  • Are you lost?(道に迷ったのですか?)

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